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Denise Griffitts Interviews Rob Schultz, Creator of Audacious Audio

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Please join me as I interview Rob Schultz, creator of the Audacious Audio Product Success System, mentors solo professionals worldwide to leverage the power of online multimedia to launch profitable information products, attract thousands of new subscribers and add big bucks to their bottom line.

Rob not only demystifies the multimedia and info product creation process, but reveals key strategies that help make them insanely profitable.

He pioneered the path to affordable product creation, with his innovative programs “5-Figure Teleseminars”, “Create Your Own Blockbuster Visualization CDs” and “Create Your Own Blockbuster Speaking CDs”.

His recently introduced "90 Articles in 90 Days Traffic Challenge" and "Online Radio Challenge" drew raves from folks seeking to drive more prospects to their websites.

His recent smash viral marketing movies include the heartwarming CowWithADream.com, the hysterically funny EntrepreneurIdol.com, created for the launch of Michael Port’s “Book Yourself Solid” campaign, and the on-target “3MassiveMistakes.com” created for Melanie Benson Strick.

Rob's video "System Scare!" also won first prize in the professional category of the video contest at the 2008 System Seminar.

He also advised Lynn Jericho on the creation of her Inner Christmas Movie at TheInnerChristmasMovie.com which helped catapult her list from 220 to over 15,000, and helped realize her long held dream of publishing The Inner Christmas Book.

Rob honed his marketing skills crafting campaigns for worldwide ad firms, including McCann-Erickson. He honed his digital production skills in the trenches of the Hollywood movie making machine, working on the digital effects of major motion pictures.

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